GUINNESS lovers will have the luck of the Irish if they head down to Aldi this week as the supermarket is selling burgers and sausages that taste like their favourite tipple.
The supermarket is launching Guinness burgers for £2.49 for two and six Pork Sausages with Guinness & Leek for £1.99.
Aldi Aldi is selling Guinness infused burgers and sausages in time for St Patrick’s Day
They’ll be in stores only from Thursday in time for St Patrick’s Day on Sunday, March 17.
The burgers are made with 100 per cent Irish beef and Aldi said they “combine the very best and most flavourful cuts of beef with the indisputable taste of Guinness”.
Both the burgers and sausages will only be available while stocks last, though.
So you might want to head down to your nearest shop as soon as possible on Thursday if you want to try them.
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But remember: the Irish-themed products are pricier than Aldi’s usual burgers and sausages, as you might expect.
You can pick up eight Cumberland sausages for just £1.29 at Aldi.
Meanwhile, four beef burgers will cost you only £1.99 – but they will be plain.
Nowhere else is selling Guinness-infused meat on the high street, so if you want to try them, you should head down to Aldi from Thursday.
Of course, you could always try making your own Guinness infused food.
You could try making a marinade for your burgers and sausages from the stout, or make a popular chocolate Guinness cake made famous by celebrity chef Nigella Lawson.
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Aldi has more than 820 stores in the UK. You can find your nearest branch using its online store finder tool.
Last week, its £15 Champagne beat luxury rivals to win a best booze award.
And the supermarket has slashed the price of its copycat Lindt chocolate bunny to just 49p.
It also recently started selling lookalike versions of Celebrations called Legends.
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